MASE RIPS THREW SOME CLASSIC THROWBACK BEATS ON SHADE 45!
With the current unrest in our country surrounding the Confederate flag and monuments to the Confederacy, it is the perfect time to show where we – as the hip hop community – stand on this issue. We are hip hop, a culture created in the ghettos of NYC by people of color, most of them descendants of former slaves. While we all might feel similarly when it comes to these representations of the Confederacy, our brothers and sisters who represent the Hick Hop sector of our community may disagree. Are they a part of our community? Hip Hop is all about free speech and expression, right? Or nah? Does Hick Hop have a right to exist? Let’s break it down…
Lord jamar debates with vlad about black thought of the roots being a top 20 (at least) m.c. . I tend to agree with the lord. Thought was/never is the guy chasing the limelight. Maybe he lacks charisma ,however he is super nice. with or without the roots as a backing band the mann still holds his own bar for bar compared to any other rapper. The world will disagree with jamar’s statement that thought is nicer then eminem. what do you think?